Plastic bags may no longer be free at your local stores. If you're going to pay for them, make sure you know how to reuse them smartly.
Looking to live a little greener and save a little more green? Give composting a try!
Switch to reusable cloth napkins, kitchen towels, and more and stop throwing money out with the trash!
If you went overboard stocking school supplies this year, don't fret. There's plenty of cool re-uses for your plethora of pencils and erasers.
The next time you're on a declutter rampage, give your toss pile a second thought. Some of that stuff can be put to good re-use.
Bust your clutter with the help of these five words. Here's a hint — they all begin with the letter "R".
You know disposables are bad for the planet — and your budget. These reusable replacements are cheaper and greener, and they're convenient, too.
Don't toss that old denim! The durable and easy to work fabric is well-suited for a number of post-wardrobe uses.
There's gold in your kitchen, as long as you know where to look. Try these new, creative uses for stuff most people throw away.
Old stuff — we all have so much of it. Whether it's clothing, furniture, or something else, try one of these techniques to make it seem totally new.
Before you toss that bundle of junk mail or printed-on computer paper in the recycling bin, hold on! Try one of these 22 creative ways to reuse it.
Little efforts can have a big impact on the environment — and your wallet. Get green by tackling one (or more!) of these changes today.
Since I don't like being weighed down by these precious metals or the idea of losing them, I've started saving all of my loose coins in a do-it-yourself piggy bank.
Here are 30 easy ways to go green in the office, and often save money in the process.
Here are nine things your office may have forgotten to recycle, along with some guidelines for how to make these recycling programs easy to implement and follow.
The beginning of the new year always seems like a good time to get rid of things that you've been meaning to. But some junk you just can't get rid of on Freecyle or Craigslist. He
We could all stand to learn to rekindle the art of reusing by breathing new life into old stuff.
We have so much STUFF. Cell phones that don’t work any more. Batteries that won’t charge any more. Shoes that have holes in them. The list goes on. We don’t want to throw this old
This is a lovely guide to getting the most out of your consumer purchases on the Internet.
This little fact was big news to me. I was casually flicking through a magazine at work when something caught my eye; it was buried in the bottom corner of one page and stated that
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